VIRGINIA WOOLF E A CRÍTICA FEMINISTA

  • Maria Aparecida de Oliveira Universidade Federal do Acre

Resumo

O presente artigo estabelece as relações entre a A room of one’s own e a crítica feminista, observando como essa tem revisto e ressignificado o ensaio de Virginia Woolf. Serão problematizadas questões como a exclusão feminina dos espaços públicos, das esferas políticas e, consequentemente, da literatura e da história. Depois disso, abordaremos a personagem Judith Shakespeare.  Por último, duas questões problematizadas serão tratadas nesta análise, a primeira refere-se à tradição literária feminina e a segunda refere-se à própria frase feminina.

Palavras-chave: Crítica feminista, Judith Shakespeare, tradição literária feminina.

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Biografia do Autor

Maria Aparecida de Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Acre

Professora Adjunta da Universidade Federal do Acre na área da Literatura Inglesa e Norte-Americana. Possui estágio pós-doutoral na Universidade de Toronto, Canadá (2017), Doutorado em Estudos Literários (2013) pela Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (UNESP) de Araraquara, SP, com doutorado-sanduíche na University of Winnipeg, Canadá, Mestrado em Estudos Literários pela UNESP de Araraquara, SP, (2006).

Publicado
2019-12-04
Seção
Artigos sobre Virginia Woolf